La Center United
La Center United School Supply Drive Collection
Curbside Drop-Off @ La Center Evangelical Free Church Located: 111 E 5th St, La Center, WA
La Center Community Volunteers will be collecting school supply donations for La Center students. This is a one day only event!! Please bring your school supply donations to the La Center Church on June 17, Wednesday, between 9am - 4pm. We ask that you wait patiently in your car to pull up to the designated area before unloading your donation items. Our volunteers will be wearing gloves and masks for everyone’s safety when receiving your donation. If you are walking to deliver your donations, please do your best to maintain 6ft. physical distance.
La Center United will be collecting school supplies for students in need.
Accepting gently used backpacks, binders and functioning computers.
All other school supplies should be unused.
Suggested donation items:
- #2 pencils (Ticonderoga preferred)
- Washable white glue
- Glue sticks
- 24 count
- Colored pencils
- 1”, 1 ½”, and 2” 3-ring binders
- Spiral notebooks
- Pink Pearl Erasers
- Composition notebooks
- Watercolor paints
- Pencil/supply boxes (max. 6”x 9”)
- Composition books
- Pocket folders
- 5-tab dividers
- Wide-ruled notebook
- Earbuds or headphones
La Center High School Class of 2020 Car Parade
Saturday, June 13th at 2pm
As a community we can help send off the class of 2020. The community can chalk the walks with Congratulations Graduates or Congratulations LCHS 2020, make posters and cheer from their yards as the seniors make their way through the town. Also check out La Center Highschool page and La Center Uniteds facebook to join in the fun from a distance via live stream.
Location: LCHS will be starting and terminating point.
• LCHS parking lot, tum south/left on NE Highland Ave.
• NE Highland Ave, south crossing E 4th St onto E Ivy Ave
• E Ivy Ave, tum west/right into the LCMS parking lot
• LCMS parking lot, tum west/left on E 4th St.
• E 4th St, tum north/right on E Stonecreek Dr.
• E Stonecreek Dr, tum west/left on E 7th St
• E 7th St, tum north/right on E Fir Ave
• E Fir Ave, tum west/left on E Heritage Loop
• E Heritage Loop, tum south/left on E Southview Heights.
• E South view Heights, tum south/left on Aspen Ave
• Aspen Ave, tum east/left on E 4th St
• E 4th St, tum north/left on NE Highland Ave
• NE Highland Ave, tum into LCHS parking lot.
STASHA Accepting Applications
The Clark County STASHA Peer Education program is recruiting youth volunteers for the 2020-2021 school year. Youth ages 12-19 serve a one-year term (September to June) with the opportunity to stay on with the program until they age out.
STASHA (stay-shuh) stands for Strong Teens Against Substance Hazards and Abuse. Most simply put, we are a nonjudgmental and inclusive group of Clark County youth preventing youth drug and alcohol use, using our words and in our own way. We work to encourage healthy behavior, build resilience, provide coping resources and support to youth in our community. However, within our prevention work, STASHA creates connections and bonds with those we impact, and we demonstrate how connection is the best prevention.
Who is missing out on youth leadership opportunities like this? Who needs to know their voice matters? STASHA wants to be even more intentional about reaching out to youth who are currently underrepresented or unrepresented on our current STASHA team. The group continuously strives to be more representative of the diversity of youth living in Clark County as that is what makes prevention work.
If you or your potential applicants have any questions, contact 564.397.5841 or email@example.com.
Resources for Supporting the Mental Health and Well-being of Children and Families During COVID-19
Gather and Feast Farms No Contact Produce Pickup
Gather and Feast Farm- La Center, WA
The times are a-changing and we are too!
We are now offering produce to the public for the first time ever!
Supporting local farms and avoiding the grocery store? We think yes!
Place your order via our online ‘Farm Store.’ Choose a convenient pickup location.
Meet one of our amazing farm team members for your no contact pickup on Tuesday!
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